New York Fashion Week marches on, and yesterday, Tracy Reese presented her Spring 2015 collection, which had plenty of lush botanical prints, shimmery sequins and some whisper-light sheers.
Last night at the Council of Fashion Designers of America, designers and celebrities hit the red carpet in ensembles both incredibly fashionable and incredibly ugly.
Designer Tracy Reese was to Today this morning, talking about how thrilled she was to find out that Michelle Obama had chosen to wear her dress at the DNC on Tuesday night. "We were warned there was a possibility, but they weren't sure until the last minute," Reese told Natalie Morales. "We were all crowded around and…
Last night, Michelle Obama gave what's been called a "history-changing" speech. People didn't just notice her eloquence; they noticed her nails, her hair, and that gorgeous dress. A dress that's not just a dress.
Tracy Reese designs clothes that are feminine, fun and — fashion word! — wearable. This collection was no exception, a combo of ladylike and boho whose palette, according to the designer's statement, was made up of "a shot of metallic, antique copper and silver, or a vibrant pop of raspberry, aqua or amber...breathing…
Kick off your sandals, roll a joint and get hip to the beachy, retro vibe from the Tracy Reese show today.
Yes, all the stars of stage, screen and runway were at Lincoln Center's 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards. Yes, it's one of the biggest fashion events of the year. So why was this year's such a snoozefest?
- "I don't give a fuck about red carpets, and I never do them," lies Gaga. "I don't like them. First of all — how could any of these outfits possibly look good with an ugly red carpet under them?" [ToL]
At any rate, this collection was a 90's teen's dream come true, be she Angela Chase or that Betsey Johnson-sporting teen spirit queen at the Peach Pit!
- People love Posh's dresses. Net-a-porter.com sold out in one day, and Posh herself stopped by Neiman Marcus to instruct sales associates and top customers in the ways of the frock. Thirty pieces were sold. [WWD]